UiPath, the robotic process automation (RPA) provider has become a global reseller of Enate's robotic service orchestration (RSO) platform. The agreement enables customers to “deploy more robots, faster and with less risk”, said the partners.
Enate’s RSO platform orchestrates the delivery and management of services across a digital workforce so “humans can seamlessly pick up tasks” that robots fail to complete due to process failures or exceptions, says Enate.
“This reseller agreement is the natural progression of a successful partnership between our two organisations,” said Dhruv Asher, SVP for alliances and business development at US-headquartered UiPath. “It gives customers a single point of purchase for products from two best-in-class vendors, offering a gateway to AI in the enterprise that will transform business operations.”
Enate is available as a connector in UiPath Go!, which allows customers to easily connect to Enate within UiPath Studio using a code-free “drag and drop” interface. Enate also integrates with UiPath’s Orchestrator to synchronise platform-level information. This saves on set-up time and enables enhanced availability reporting to operation managers and team leaders.
“The future of work is digital robots with human workers working together to deliver incredible services. Enate is a platform that lets you manage this hybrid workforce effectively,” said Kit Cox, CEO of UK-headquartered Enate. “Through our partnership, we are defining the workforce for the 4th industrial revolution, allowing humans to be more human while our customers get digital faster.”
Enate customers include Capgemini, Capita, Generali and Serco. UiPath is backed by over $400m in private equity funding.